Cover of the book Symfony 5: The Fast Track

Symfony 5: The Fast Track is the best book to learn modern Symfony development, from zero to production. +300 pages showcasing Symfony with Docker, APIs, queues & async tasks, Webpack, SPAs, etc.

Introducing the new Symfony UUID Polyfill

The new Symfony UUID polyfill can replace the UUID PECL package entirely when you can't or don't want to install the PECL package.

New in Symfony 4.4: Dependency Injection Improvements (Part 2)

In Symfony 4.4, the YAML syntax of method calls has been simplified, you have better control of errors when decorating services and you can also define different priorities for tagged services.

New in Symfony 4.4: Dependency Injection Improvements (Part 1)

In Symfony 4.4, the Dependency Injection component allows to bind tagged services, use base64url values in env vars, ignore errors when importing files and dump the entire container in a single file.

New in Symfony 4.4: Improved dump() Calls in the Console

In Symfony 4.4, the Console commands display a clickable marker to find the file and line where the dump() or dd() calls were made.

A Week of Symfony #673 (18-24 November 2019)

This week, Symfony released 4.4.0 and 5.0.0 versions. Symfony 5 was released on stage during Fabien's keynote at the SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019 conference, which was the biggest Symfony conference ever, gathering more than 1,600 developers from all around the world.

Symfony 5.0.0 released

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Symfony 4.4.0 released

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New in Symfony 4.4: Service Container Linter

Symfony 4.4 will include a new lint:container command to check that arguments injected into services match their type declarations.

New in Symfony 4.4: IP Address Anonymizer

Symfony 4.4 includes a new method to anonymize IP addresses so you can comply with the GDPR and CCPA regulations.

New in Symfony 4.4: HttpClient Improvements

In Symfony 4.4, the HttpClient component added lots of new features to make debugging easier, to improve interoperability with other libraries, to add NTLM authentication and to improve buffering and JSON requests.

Symfony 5.0.0-RC1 released

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Symfony 4.4.0-RC1 released

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Symfony 5.0 curated new features

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Symfony 4.4 curated new features

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A Week of Symfony #672 (11-17 November 2019)

This week, Symfony 2.8.52, 3.4.35, 4.2.12 and 4.3.8 versions were published to fix some security vulnerabilities. In addition, Symfony 4.4-beta and 5.0-beta were published so you can test these upcoming versions in your projects. Meanwhile, the new ErrorHandler component was simplified and performance was improved when checking for cache freshness. Finally, the upcoming Symfony 5: The Fast Track book published some updates and will be fully unveiled next week at the SymfonyCon Amsterdam 2019 conference.

Let's talk at SymfonyCon!

As part of the efforts of the diversity initiative we are looking at ways to make the experience for everyone more enjoyable and to make it easier for newcomers to get a foothold in the community. So one of the things we want to help achieve is to allow people to build networks. Since not everyone is a natural at this we would like to highlight to concrete ways in which we hope to make it easier for everyone: Conference buddies and sticker.

Updates About the "Symfony 5: The Fast Track" Book

The contents of the new book about Symfony 5 have been completed on time. Read the full table of contents and find out other surprising facts about the book.

CVE-2019-18888: Prevent argument injection in a MimeTypeGuesser

CVE-2019-18888 fixes an issue where provided file paths to the MimeTypeGuesser were not properly escaped before being executed.

CVE-2019-11325: Fix escaping of strings in VarExporter

CVE-2019-11325 fixes an issue where some strings were not properly escaped while dumping, leading to possible remote code execution.

CVE-2019-18886: Prevent user enumeration using switch user functionality

CVE-2019-18886 fixes an issue where one could enumerate users using the switch user functionality as different behaviour would occur when a user existed compared to when a user did not

CVE-2019-18887: Use constant time comparison in UriSigner

CVE-2019-18887 fixes an issue where one could guess the signature of an URI using a remote timing attack.

Symfony 5.0.0-BETA2 released

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CVE-2019-18889: Forbid serializing AbstractAdapter and TagAwareAdapter instances

CVE-2019-18889 fixes an issue where the destructor of TagAwareAdapter execute callables stored in properties, leading to possible remote code execution when an external payload is unserialized.

Symfony 4.4.0-BETA2 released

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Symfony 4.3.8 released

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Symfony 4.2.12 released

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Symfony 3.4.35 released

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Symfony 2.8.52 released

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Symfony 5.0.0-BETA1 released

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Symfony 4.4.0-BETA1 released

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Symfony 4.3.7 released

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Symfony 3.4.34 released

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A Week of Symfony #671 (4-10 November 2019)

This week, we continued polishing the upcoming Symfony 4.4 and 5.0 releases. We also merged some pending new features, such as a command to lint services wiring and the removal of SecretEnvVarProcessor to simplify the management of encrypted secrets in configuration.

New in Symfony 4.4: Better Control of Console Progress Bars

In Symfony 4.4, two new methods will allow you to better control how the progress bars are redrawn in console commands.

New in Symfony 4.4: Cache Improvements

In Symfony 4.4, you can use URL DSN to configure PDO adapters, deleting cache items will be much faster, configuring chained cache pools will be simpler and new marshallers will reduce the space needed to store contents.

New in Symfony 4.4: Week Form Type

Symfony 4.4 will include a new WeekType form field to deal with week numbers as defined in the ISO 8601 standard.

New in Symfony 4.4: Bootstrap Custom Switches

In Symfony 4.4, forms can style checkboxes with Bootstrap's custom switches.

A Week of Symfony #670 (28 October - 3 November 2019)

This week, Symfony 3.4.33 and 4.3.6 maintenance versions were released. Meanwhile, we continued polishing the upcoming Symfony 4.4 version, specially the Messenger component. Lastly, SymfonyInsight introduced a new feature to help you upgrade to Symfony 5.

Symfony 4.3.6 released

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Symfony 3.4.33 released

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